How to get that Sargasso seaweed

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    I guess if they can dry the fish, it would be a cheaper to transport. Same for seaweed.

    Somewhere I read that there are ways to corral and harvest plastic from the giant plastic gyre in the Pacific. Maybe they could do that with seaweed and dead fish, too.
     
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    Dirt your a champion of campaigns… keep it going… like meek idea..hope the crypto idea doesn't find you in the Canary Islands hiding out?
     
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    Alrighty then… there you go.. processed fertilizer… oh remnants pictures come to mind when I thought it was a good idea to spray fish fertilizer on the garden . Never again. There’s no way to ever remove that memory of that smell form my brain.
    I never fertilize anything in my garden, flower beds, trees pastures or house plants. If they have the proper soil for the plant, water, sun, and air that’s all they need. It rains so much here that the garden plants seems to grow like their on steroids. Besides I learned early on , fertilizer only creates fast growth , attracts more bugs, and turns all the plants in to chemical-fertilizer junkies. in summer I will add liquid fertilizer to the plants in planters.
     
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    I seriously got of the nitrogen train last year and the root development relative to plant growth seems better. This spring will tell the tale.
     
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    Dirt.. good for you… it’s so much easier… soil, water , air and sun… allowing the plants to adapt to the garden environment . Of course once the garden plants mature they can develop and defend for themselves.
    sometimes they will need a lil help.
     

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